Some of Marsha’s work can be found hanging in the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. and some it can be found hanging in a museum in Rome Italy.
As a child she was not permitted to pursue a career in the arts. Therefore, she had to conceal her talents from her family and hide her work - in a box in her closet. As a young adult, while attending college, her father discovered that all of her electives were art based and he forced her to withdraw from school.
Marsha now considers herself as a master of both dry-brush watercolor and oil. She is the official artist for the American Kennel Club (AKC) and can be found at AKC competitions throughout the country. When she’s not painting commissions for her customers, she can be found working on her private collection – a collection that she is just now (2012) revealing to the public.
Within most of her private collection/modern paintings you'll often discover hidden messages and stories that are deep in meaning and highly profound.